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2021

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Lectern Session 1290

1290 - Economic Impacts, Development and Land Use Research: Priorities for the Next Quarter Century

Wednesday, January 27 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM ET
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Chad Miller, University of Southern Mississippi
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Economic Development and Land Use (AMS50)

In this session, we explore our past and look to the future related to transportation, land use and economic development research. In this session, we explore our past and look to the future related to transportation, land use and economic development research. The first half of this lectern is about the historical work of our preceding committees. After this, participants will be able to recognize cornerstone moments in the histories of transportation research in the respective and intersecting fields of land use and economic development. The second half of the lectern is about distinguishing our committee’s role from other TRB committees and exploring the future of our field. From this part of the lectern, participants will be able to identify and discuss current and future issues, perspectives, and opportunities in research within our committee and interdisciplinary fields.



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Title Presentation Number
The History of Transportation and Land Development Research at TRB
Elizabeth Deakin, University of California, Berkeley
P21-20628
The History of Transportation and Economic Development Research at TRB
Glen Weisbrod, EBP US, Inc.
P21-20630
The Role of Economics in Economic Development and Land Use
Michael Lawrence, Jack Faucett Associates, Inc.
P21-20631
Thinking about the Future: New Questions for the Committee to Tackle
Noreen McDonald, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
P21-20635
Concluding Discussion
John Renne, Florida Atlantic University
Naomi Stein, EBP-US
P21-20633

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